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Three Wells Hotel BED & BREAKFAST

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Three Wells Hotel
Chapel Road Howey
Llandrindod Wells
Powys



Smoking is not permitted in the establishment. We have on-site parking. Internet connection facilities in your room.  Some services may attract additional room charges. We have a restaurant. We have a residents bar.

Bed and Breakfast Description

 

THREE WELLS HOTEL.We're a unique small hotel nestled in the heart of Wales. Whether you're visiting the Royal Welsh Showground doing business in Llandrindod Wells or getting active walking cycling mountain biking or kayaking through some of Wales' finest countryside Three Wells is your perfect base.Relax in comfortable stylish accommodation; enjoy meals prepared by our dedicated professional chef; unwind in our extensive and well appointed lounge bar; or watch the sun set over the Three Wells lake from our south-facing terrace. The choice is yours but you won't be disappointed.

 

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By Road:From the South (Builth Wells):Continue north along the A483 for approx 6 miles until you enter the village of Howey. Once in the village of Howey you should ignore the first right turn (signposted Hundred House) and take the second right turn which is signposted towards Three Wells BandB Acorn Court BandB and Brynhir Farm BandB. This will take you onto the one-way New Row which you should follow along its semicircular path through the old village past the Drovers Arms pub and the post office. As the row of shops and houses comes to an end you will see the main A483 back in front of you and you should take the last right turn before the main road which is again signposted to Three Wells BandB Acorn Court BandB and Brynhir Farm BandB.This brings you onto Chapel Road a narrow country lane which you should follow for just under a mile passing the chapel on your left until you reach a small private road to the right where you will see a large white sign for Three Wells as well as further brown signs directing you towards Three Wells BandB and Acorn Court BandB. Turn right onto the private road over the cattle grid and continue past Acorn Court on your right until you reach Three Wells Hotel which will be on your left with the lake on your right. There is ample parking to the far end of the hotel or alternatively in front of the hotel next to the lake.From the North (Llandrindod Wells)Continue south along the A483 for approx 1 mile. As you enter Howey village the first left turn is no entry but very shortly after this is the left turn that you need to take. This second left turn is signposted towards Three Wells BandB Acorn Court BandB and Brynhir Farm BandB and you need to turn off here. This will take you onto the one-way New Row which you should follow along its semicircular path through the old village past the Drovers Arms pub and the post office. As the row of shops and houses comes to an end you will see the main A483 back in front of you and you should take the last right turn before the main road which is again signposted to Three Wells BandB Acorn Court BandB and Brynhir Farm BandB.This brings you onto Chapel Road a narrow country lane which you should follow for just under a mile passing the chapel on your left until you reach a small private road to the right where you will see a large white sign for Three Wells as well as further brown signs directing you towards Three Wells BandB and Acorn Court BandB. Turn right onto the private road over the cattle grid and continue past Acorn Court on your right until you reach Three Wells Hotel which will be on your left with the lake on your right. There is ample parking to the far end of the hotel or alternatively in front of the hotel next to the lake.By Rail:The nearest rail station is Llandrindod Wells which is on the Heart of Wales line. We can arrange for a taxi from the station to Three Wells Hotel which will cost around £5. The Heart of Wales line is one of the most glorious rail journeys in the UK winding its way through hills and valleys from Shrewsbury through to Swansea. Shrewsbury connects directly with London Euston Birmingham New Street and Manchester Piccadilly while Swansea connects directly with Cardiff Central and London Paddington.By Road:From the South (Builth Wells):Continue north along the A483 for approx 6 miles until you enter the village of Howey.

Once in the village of Howey you should ignore the first right turn (signposted Hundred House) and take the second right turn which is signposted towards Three Wells BandB Acorn Court BandB and Brynhir Farm BandB. This will take you onto the one-way New Row which you should follow along its semicircular path through the old village past the Drovers Arms pub and the post office. As the row of shops and houses comes to an end you will see the main A483 back in front of you and you should take the last right turn before the main road which is again signposted to Three Wells BandB Acorn Court BandB and Brynhir Farm BandB.This brings you onto Chapel Road a narrow country lane which you should follow for just under a mile passing the chapel on your left until you reach a small private road to the right where you will see a large white sign for Three Wells as well as further brown signs directing you towards Three Wells BandB and Acorn Court BandB. Turn right onto the private road over the cattle grid and continue past Acorn Court on your right until you reach Three Wells Hotel which will be on your left with the lake on your right. There is ample parking to the far end of the hotel or alternatively in front of the hotel next to the lake.From the North (Llandrindod Wells)Continue south along the A483 for approx 1 mile. As you enter Howey village the first left turn is no entry but very shortly after this is the left turn that you need to take.

This second left turn is signposted towards Three Wells BandB Acorn Court BandB and Brynhir Farm BandB and you need to turn off here. This will take you onto the one-way New Row which you should follow along its semicircular path through the old village past the Drovers Arms pub and the post office. As the row of shops and houses comes to an end you will see the main A483 back in front of you and you should take the last right turn before the main road which is again signposted to Three Wells BandB Acorn Court BandB and Brynhir Farm BandB.This brings you onto Chapel Road a narrow country lane which you should follow for just under a mile passing the chapel on your left until you reach a small private road to the right where you will see a large white sign for Three Wells as well as further brown signs directing you towards Three Wells BandB and Acorn Court BandB. Turn right onto the private road over the cattle grid and continue past Acorn Court on your right until you reach Three Wells Hotel which will be on your left with the lake on your right. There is ample parking to the far end of the hotel or alternatively in front of the hotel next to the lake.By Rail:The nearest rail station is Llandrindod Wells which is on the Heart of Wales line. We can arrange for a taxi from the station to Three Wells Hotel which will cost around £5.

The Heart of Wales line is one of the most glorious rail journeys in the UK winding its way through hills and valleys from Shrewsbury through to Swansea.

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